DxOMark tested the camera Xiaomi Mi 5

DxOMark tested the camera Xiaomi Mi 5

As is known, Mi 5 is equipped with a 16-megapixel camera with 4-axis optical image stabilization, aperture f / 2.0, and supports the phase detection autofocus. Xiaomi has confirmed that they have decided to use Sony IMX298 Exmor RS sensor that Huawei has used in Mate 8.

During the Mobile World Congress, Barcelona in February, the company Xiaomi unveiled its long-awaited flagship smartphone Xiaomi Mi 5. Although the camera manufacturer praised his new device, until the device proshdo DxOMark testing team, it is difficult to judge this specification Mi 5.

DxOMark tested the camera Xiaomi Mi 5

As is known, Mi 5 is equipped with a 16-megapixel camera with 4-axis optical image stabilization, aperture f / 2.0, and supports the phase detection autofocus. Xiaomi has confirmed that they have decided to use Sony IMX298 Exmor RS sensor that Huawei has used in Mate 8.

So, how does the camera Mi 5 proved in the test? Pretty good, but it’s definitely not the best result. DxOMark assessed the device’s camera at 80 points out of 100 for PhotoChances, while videography scored 76 out of 100. And while shooting indoors and in low light was not so impressive, in most situations the device camera takes pretty good pictures.

Now, what about the video, it seems that in open terrain stabilization does not work as expected, and the device has a limited dynamic range of outdoor scenes. Thus, the device takes the 23rd place on the list, along with the Galaxy S5, Xperia M5, Xperia Z2 and Xperia Z3.

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